The Grimms’ sisters are orphans and their parents have either disappeared or been murdered basically, they are out of the picture. Naturally, this makes the girls sad. There are two of them: Sabrina who is twelve and Daphne who is seven. Sabrina actually acts more angry than sad, thus fitting the cliché of adopted children who run away from every foster parent. As for her younger sister Daphne, she inquires about the meaning of words and so readers learn new words
In Ferryport Landing everyone gets a day in court—even the Big Bad Wolf, a.k.a. Mr. Canis. When Canis is put on trial for past crimes, Mayor Heart’s kangaroo court is determined to find him guilty. It’s up to the Grimms to uncover evidence to save their friend, though Sabrina starts to wonder whether they would all be safer with the Wolf in jail. Despite her misgivings, Sabrina and her sister, Daphne, investigate what actually happened in the Big Bad Wolf’s most famous tale—and the real story is full of surprises!
In their latest adventure, intrepid fairy-tale detectives Sabrina and Daphne Grimm investigate a rash of magical thefts that might add up to a very grim future for their family, who are not so popular in Ferryport Landing these days. With Granny Pelda desperately scrambling to pay Mayor Heart's outrageous taxes on humans, the Sisters Grimm tackle their first solo case -- with a little help from the troublemaker Puck, of course. Meanwhile, their old friend Mr. Canis seems to be losing his grip on his human self, becoming more like the Big Bad Wolf every day. Can Sabrina and Daphne solve the crime and change their family's future for the better?
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